#8534469, By P.I.Staker Astronomy

  • P.I.Staker 22 Mar 2012 23:21:05 450 posts
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    I first started with a pair of 15 x 70 binoculars, it's amazing what you can see with a half decent pair on a clear night in fact some things such as the Pleiades, double cluster, coathanger are better in a pair of binos imo. I would recommend a Dobsonian very easy to use and offer the best value for money as you are paying for the optics and not the mount. I have a Skywatcher 8" Dobsonian and have seen some great views of the moon, planets and DSO's under light polluted skies.
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